Thursday, April 09, 2009

Bull in a foreign-policy shop ~ By Erik Rush

Whether Obama's actions come from a place of malevolence or ignorance and imprudence remains to be seen; suffice it to say that many fears his detractors had prior to the 2008 election have already been validated, if not yet actualized. Among these was that he would compromise the sovereignty and supremacy of the United States on the world stage. Here is an excerpt from the article that should disturb most patriotic Americans about Obama's foreign policy:
Beginning last week, our president embarked on a tour that appears to have been designed to reassure the world of his intention to bring America into line as an "equal partner" in the global community, or rather, the socialistic economic and cultural abortion that is headquartered in Western Europe. While visiting Turkey, Obama iterated that we (in America) "do not consider ourselves a Christian nation." Now, I'm not reacting as a Christian offended by Obama (I got over that months ago), but as an American who knows that smooching the Muslim world's behind is only going to get us more of the same. Speaking from the Turkish Parliament, Obama declared that the U.S. "is not and never will be at war with Islam." Well, bend me over. It doesn't take an expert on global politics to figure out that this doesn't matter; Islam is at war with us. It also bears mentioning that Obama bowing before Saudi Arabian King Abdullah was a calculated (if blatantly stupid and possibly treasonous) maneuver to convey subservience toward him. Symbolically, it was every American bowing before the retrograde monarch. The more I hear from Muslims weighing in on the issue, the more convinced I become of this.
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